This bridge is to be found shortly after Capestang on the Canal du Midi, France. At one time the bank on the left was lined with plane trees. And then came Chancre Color, which has destroyed thousands of trees along the Midi.
And this tree was captured whilst the River Saone was in flood. Normally it would stand severa metres clear of the waters, but the spring floods are ruthless as the water surges down to meet the Rhone at Lyon and continue down to the south of France.
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